For some Ohio families, the polarization of the last few years didn't end with the swearing-in of a new president this year.
Whether it's over vaccines, government restrictions or the future of the nation, your family members may be having arguments, avoiding each other or cutting off relationships entirely.
The Ohio chapters of Braver Angels, a group aiming to heal the nation's polarization, are holding a special "Families & Politics Workshop" on Saturday, Sept. 11, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. online.
- Gain insight into why family differences over politics are uniquely challenging.
- Recognize common family roles taken in political discussions (i.e. Gladiator, Defender, Sniper).
- Learn strategies and skills to handle family political differences in a constructive way.
- Develop attitudes, words, and ways to talk with “others” on the political side.
You can register here